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The prophecy made by Pete Townshend over 40-years-ago, may come to fruition in Cleveland on Wednesday; as the Cleveland Cavaliers could announce “Meet The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss.” It appears that novelist Thomas Wolfe was incorrect when he wrote “You Can’t Go Home Again,” according to a report from Cleveland sports-talk radio station “92.3 The Fan” on Tuesday. The All-Sports FM radio station has reported that the Cleveland Cavaliers have reached an agreement in principle to bring back former bench boss Mike Brown, to lead the team on the floor once again; three years after being dismissed by the club. The reunification could be announced as early as Wednesday, with the Cavaliers signing their former coach to what could be a five-year pact valued at $20 million over the life of the contract. Brown would ironically replace the man who took over for him back in 2010, as the Cavaliers dismissed former head coach Byron Scott last week after piloting the squad to three consecutive...
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